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CLASSIFIEDS Visit the MODERN CASTING’s Classifi eds at

Position Wanted: Minimum charge for 30 words or less: $30.00. Additional words 70¢ each. All other ads: Minimum charge 30 words or less $50.00. Additional words: 70¢ each. Box number, care of MODERN CASTING, counts as 10 words. Display Classifi ed rates and color rates on request. FORMS CLOSE 10th

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Additionally, MODERN CASTING features an online career center for help wanted ads. Separate from the typi- cal Classifi eds, the Metalcasting Career Center is an interactive network of job seekers and employers, geared toward the metalcasting industry. Online Help Wanted Ads must be posted through the Metalcasting Career Center at 30-day job postings are $100 for members of the American Foundry Society and $200 for nonmembers. You can also purchase resumes of qualifi ed candidates for $70 each ($35 for members).


PLANT MANAGER—A gray and ductile iron foundry in the Southeast is seeking its next Plant Manager. The best candidates will have strong experience in iron casting operations and established skills with defect and failure analysis, induction furnace optimization, lean manufacturing and continuous improvement methods. Candidates should have at least seven years of iron foundry management experience. We offer competitive compensation and benefi ts with some relocation assistance if needed. Resumes may be submitted via email to:

Aluminum No-Bake Foundry in Southern Ohio is seeking an experienced Quality Engineer, Process Engineer, and Pattern Maker with knowledge of Gates and Risers. These are hands-on, out on the fl oor type positions that will interact with produc- tion personnel, customers , suppliers, and up- per management. Call: Vin at 937-368-8467;

MANUFACTURER REPRESENTATIVE—World leading Aluminum Foundry seeks Manufacturer Representatives. We are a US based shop that specializes in low to mid volume production. Our customers include Aerospace, Defense, Commer- cial and Automotive. We are experts in making complicated and highly cored components. We make small to very large parts in both common and specialized aluminum alloys. We use dry sand and permanent mold casting methods. If you have a line card that fi ts nicely with ours, we’d like to hear from you. Most territories available. Please contact:


FOUNDRY WANTED—Nelson Aluminum Foundry & Sons, Inc., a green sand aluminum foundry is looking to purchase small to medium size alumi- num foundries. Contact: Russ @ 440-543-1941 or

PATTERN MAKER—Oil City Iron Works, Inc., a gray and ductile iron foundry, located in south/ central Texas has two openings for experienced Pattern Makers. Successful candidates will be able to build, repair, and maintain patterns and core boxes used to produce sand molds and core materials. Must have the ability to follow drawing specifi cations to ensure that patterns and core boxes are confi gured properly and to modify existing patterns and core boxes; produce all joints, matches, and fi nishes at a professional level. Knowledge and experience with being able to read and understand blueprints is a must. This position involves being capable of lifting 50 pounds on a continuous basis.

We offer a competitive benefi ts package. Salary to commensurate with experience. Relocation Assistance Offered.

Reply with resume, call or email:

Oil City Iron Works, Inc. Sandy J Edmonds, HR Generalist 814 S. Main Street Corsicana, TX 75110 Phone: 903-872-6571, ext. 3539 Fax: 903-872-7495 E-mail:


Lethbridge Iron Works is a leading Western Canadian based jobbing foundry. We are a successful, highly respected mid-sized foundry located in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Our facility is one of the most mod- ern progressive foundries inNorth America and has been in continual operation since 1898 (under same ownership since the 1920’s). The pending retirement of our current foundry production manager has created a great opportunity fo the right individual to come join our team.

The ideal candidate would possess strong experi- ence with ductile, greay iron & high chrome casting operations. Prior experience with green sand mould- ing operations would be a great asset. The chosen

individual will work closely with our V.P of Production to ensure we are producing a quality product on time for our customer base.

LETHIRON offers very competitive remuneration and a comprehensive bonus & benefi t plan. To fi nd out more about us please check our website at

Check out what the City of Lethbridge has to offer at

To apply for this position please forward your resume to our HR Department by one of the following ways:

Email : Fax: 403-327-1131 Mail : Lethbridge Iron Works Co. Ltd. Attn : Human Resources 720 – 32 Street North Lethbridge, AB T1H 5K5

Please note that only those candidates being considered will be contacted. We appreciate your interest.


MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATION—Castalloy, Inc. is a manufacturer of steel components with In- vestment Casting as the base casting process. Uti- lizing Lean Manufacturing Principles, we have reduced lead time and added capacity for new opportu- nities. We are seeking representation to help us fi ll the added capacity on account basis in most territories: Contact: Rudy Koishor @ 216-961-7990 ext. 241 or

MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATION—A gray iron foundry in the Southeast is seeking established independent sales representatives. Foundry pours Class 30 to 35 gray iron and desires additional OEM casting/municipal casting work on an account basis. Send resumes to: Attn: Sales Manager, PO Box 420, Sweetwater, TN 37874.


Needed, on an ACCOUNT Basis, an Aluminum Die Caster and an Aluminum Extruder for LED Light Applications. Contact: Bill Northrop, Northrop Sales, Inc., Ph: 904-285-4940 or E-mail:





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